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Deadline Date

Support for Artists

$10,000USD 

         7/12/23 DLD

Support for Artists

Funder

New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA)

Funder Type

State, Province or Local Government

Amount

Upper:  $10,000USD


Awards will be $10,000

Applicant Type

Individuals: Early Career and Emerging in Field
Individuals: Mid-Career to Established in Field
Non-profit

Applicant/Institution Location

Unrestricted

Citizenship

Unrestricted

Activity Location

New York

Abstract

The New York State Council on the Arts recognizes that artists are at the center of creative endeavor. NYSCA is committed to providing opportunities for artists, at all stages in their careers, to continue to develop and present their work. NYSCA Support for Artists seeks to:

  • Enhance the vibrant and diverse artistic voices of New York State-based art makers.
  • Invest in projects that represent significant growth in the artistic development of individual artists.
  • Strengthen the relationships between individual artists and the artistic goals and mission of the sponsoring or commissioning organization, as applicable.

For FY2023 NYSCA will offer the following funding opportunities for artists.

  • NYSCA-NYFA Artist Fellowship Program
  • NYSCA supports artists in design fields in Partnership with the Architectural League
  • NYSCA Support for Artists

For FY2023 artists may apply for a creative grant to NYSCA, via a sponsoring organization, by selecting from the following artistic areas via a drop-down menu in the application portal.

  • Choreography Commissions
  • Composer Compositions
  • Film, Media, and New Technology
  • Folk and Traditional Arts
  • Interdisciplinary
  • Literature
  • Theater Commissions
  • Visual Arts

NYSCA will offer five opportunities this year: Support for Organizations, Support for Artists, Support for Special Opportunities, Support for Partnerships, and Regrowth and Capacity Enhancement.

Eligibility

Eligible fiscal sponsors are non-profit organizations incorporated or registered to do business in New York State.

https://arts.ny.gov/programs/individual-artists

Open Call

Upper $350,000USD 

         6/11/23 DLD

Open Call

Funder

Independent Television Service (ITVS)

Funder Type

Private Foundation or Non-Profit

Amount

Upper:  $350,000USD

Open Call gives independent producers up to $350,000. Open Call is not a grant. You will receive funding in the form of a co-production agreement that assigns ITVS certain rights over your project during the term of the contract.

Applicant Type

Individuals: Early Career and Emerging in Field
Individuals: Mid-Career to Established in Field

Applicant/Institution Location

United States

Citizenship

United States

Activity Location

United States

Abstract

We’re looking for exceptional storytelling that’s in line with our mission: stories that take risks, tackle important issues, address the needs of underserved audiences, and are seldom seen in public media. We know how hard you’ve worked on your project, and we’ll partner with you to help you finish it, then distribute it on public television.

Open Call gives independent producers funding to complete production for a standalone broadcast length documentary to air on public television. The documentary can be on any subject, viewpoint or style as long as it is in active production already, as evidenced via a ten to fifteen minute work in progress sample
.

Eligibility

You are eligible to apply if you are:

  • The owner of the copyright of your production and maintain editorial control of the story. If more than one applicant is included on the application, both applicants must be copyright owners.
  • Not employed full-time as a producer or director by a broadcast entity or film studio.
  • Someone with previous film or television production experience in a principal role: director, producer or first-time filmmakers with an experienced producer attached to the project.
  • Graduate thesis are eligible as previously completed work. Undergraduate student work will not be reviewed
  • Applying to only this ITVS funding initiative at this time – we won’t review projects already under consideration for other ITVS funding.
  • A citizen or legal resident of the U.S. or its external territories age 18 or older.
  • Individuals can only submit one application per round, as either an applicant or a second applicant. However, an applicant can be a member of the key creative personnel on multiple projects.
  • Seeking funding for only production activities that support the completion and delivery of a program for broadcast.
  • Submitting a project that is in production or post-production. Projects that are early in production may not be as competitive unless you have demonstrated access, strong storytelling in your treatment and work sample, and an urgency to the story.
http://itvs.org/funding/open-call

Visiting Lecturer in the Humanities/Ferris Professors of Journalism/McGraw Professors of Writing

Upper:  $90,000USD Lower:  $37,500USD

        10/5/23 DLD

Visiting Lecturer in the Humanities/Ferris Professors of Journalism/McGraw Professors of Writing

Funder

Council of the Humanities
Princeton University

Funder's opportunity ID:D-23-HUM-00001    (Re-issue of D-20-HUM-00003, D-21-HUM-00003, D-22-HUM-00003)

Funder Type

Academic Institution

Amount

Upper:  $90,000USD Lower:  $37,500USD
Positions are available for one-semester terms: fall 2023 or spring 2024.

Part-time appointments offer a salary of $37,500. Full-time appointments offer a salary of $75,000. Former visiting professors are eligible to propose seminars that include a class trip over fall or spring break (subject to University travel policies at the time) during which students conduct reporting off-campus in a domestic or international location. These professors receive a salary of $90,000 and are expected to be "in residence," relocating to Princeton or the local vicinity for the semester.

Applicant Type

Individuals: Early Career and Emerging in Field
Individuals: Mid-Career to Established in Field

Applicant/Institution Location

Unrestricted

Citizenship

Unspecified

Activity Location

New Jersey

Abstract

The Program in Journalism and its academic home, the Council of the Humanities, welcome proposals from journalists to teach seminars in journalism as visiting Ferris Professors of Journalism and in nonfiction as visiting McGraw Professors of Writing.

Seminars meet once a week for three hours, with enrollment limited to 16. Students devote about six hours a week to class preparation. Every week or two, students submit assignments, which the professor critiques during mandatory one-on-one writing conferences. Professors often invite guest speakers and arrange a class visit to a newspaper or magazine.

Innovative and cross-disciplinary proposals are encouraged. Many seminars fall under one of these broad course rubrics:

  • The Literature of Fact
  • Investigative Journalism
  • Writing about Racial Justice
  • Data Journalism
  • Writing about the Environment
  • Covering Politics
  • International News
  • Audio Journalism
  • Visual Journalism
  • Writing about (Culture, Film, Ideas, Law, etc.)

Full-time visiting professors take a formal leave from daily journalism to devote themselves to teaching. They must be on campus four full days a week, on average; attend all faculty gatherings; and participate in University life. They give talks, participate in panels, advise students, and join in events.

Part-time visiting professors must spend two full days, on average, on campus each week for the 12-week term, as well as during the week of Reading Period. Part-time professors are expected to attend faculty gatherings whenever possible.

Essential qualifications:

  • Applicants should have achieved distinction in journalism or other kinds of non-fiction writing
  • Must be able to communicate their experience effectively to students, peers, and members of the community
  • Must be a practicing journalist--a reporter, editor, producer, photographer, critic, or documentarian
  • Must have at least five years' experience working at a news organization or writing regularly for major publications, including in the year immediately prior to submitting application
  • Must not have a tenure-track or administrative position at an academic institution
  • Must have a bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
http://film.claimscon.org/guidelines/


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